Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley play acoustic set together at Capitol Records
KISS co-founder, bassist and singer Gene Simmons is a master at promoting himself and whatever he wants to sell. Simmons has apparently started delivering his The Vault box set and brought a former original KISS bandmate along with him in the form of none other than guitarist Ace Frehley to do so (see video below) at Capitol Records in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The following message was posted on ex-KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick‘s Facebook page about two hours ago:
“Here’s an awesome photo. I’m at Capitol Records to see Gene Simmons Vault Experience. Ace Frehley has been hanging around (I heard he played an acoustic set with Gene!) My wife Lisa’s birthday is coming soon, and I got this wonderful photo for her. COOL! KISSTORY!”
Guitarist Brent Woods also posted a message on his Facebook account about two hours ago stating:
“I had the pleasure of engineering, mixing and performing on some track for Gene Simmons “VAULT”. He presented one to me today. A huge bonus that Ace was there as well.”
Simmons and Frehley recently reunited onstage on September 20, 2017 for the first time to play three songs at the CHS Field Stadium in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA on the occasion of The Children Matter benefit concert held to support the victims of Hurricane Harvey that devastated Houston, Texas, USA.
Gene Simmons Band with Ace Frehley playing “Parasite”, “Cold Gin” and “Shock Me” on September 20, 2017:
Gene Simmons and Ace Frehley reunited in St. Paul, MN at The Children Matter Benefit concert. This is the first time the two have shared a stage in 16 years. Performing “Parasite”, “Cold Gin” and “Shock Me”.
Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley, Bruce Kulick and Eric Singer playing live acoustic performance together (see 33 minute mark) on January 6, 2018:
More fun from the Gene Simmons Vault experience in Los Angeles.